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Learning Turkish Cuisine | Gordon Ramsay ctm magazine



Gordon Ramsay goes back to the floor to learn how to make traditional Turkish food.

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15 Comments

  • Disdain on February 26, 2010

    0:53 hahaha, limbo~

  • chefbillyx on November 17, 2010

    Ya Turkish? Looks like Greek food to me ! Nice try,

  • turkishexpress on April 17, 2011

    It could be a form of sigara boregi…

  • Trabzonlu84 on May 20, 2011

    @DILSENELLA1 actually its called sarma

  • OhMyGosh ItsRonaldeu on June 1, 2011

    @chefbillyx its turkish 😉
    go search self the food

    dolma
    borek
    baklava

    it all comes from ottoman empire and are the ottomans greeks?

  • Tigran Oganesyan on June 16, 2011

    everything he just cooked is actually Armenian food, considering most of Turkey is of Armenian descent, although the dolma is a bit different

  • lamh9798 on June 23, 2011

    I haven't heard my daughter's Turkish family differentiate between "sarma" and "dolma"

  • Memo on July 10, 2011

    Is there a full episode of this?

  • Cemre Dora on July 17, 2011

    @chefbillyx yeah the two culture has the same food 🙂

  • Emil Martinov on July 24, 2011

    @chefbillyx the greeks call it dolma, and dolma is a turkish workd it means to fill

  • fotis van bird on October 21, 2011

    @chefbillyx yes its greek

  • profaa927 on December 9, 2011

    @Trabzonlu84 Yep its definetly Sarma 🙂

  • Dan Black on August 6, 2013

    part 2? where is it?

  • Flyaway johanson on January 30, 2014

    You can't sell those baklavas in turkey ! That burned piece of junks. And if he is the specialist of baklava we have GODS for baklava in turkey. Come and eat it where it is really produced by professional cooks ! If gordon knows what is the real baklava he would swear and fire that man out of the restaurant. . .

  • lilygomery1 on July 23, 2014

    Its not dolma its sarma. Dolma is similar to sarma. Its green peppers fill in with literally the same stuff. And baklava, dolma, sarma, boğrek are all turkish food. It quite easily mistaken with the greeks as they have a similar cuisine. They also claim that Turkish delights and kebabs are also theirs but its not. This dates back to thousands of years ago in the ottomon empire.

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